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That is engine power issue (99%) .
can you save the stall with a fast right foot. is the best tests.
and ever do a real tune up this decade.
99% say no, then wonder why it dont run right. #1 cause.
#2 is bad idle controls, (can be that or 50 reasons other)

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SOURCE: 2000 mazda mpv diagnostic box

There should be an OBD II plug under  the dash on the drivers side. It might have a cover over it so look real close. That actron will give you generic P codes.

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SOURCE: 2000 Mazda MPV Heating problem

The heater lines that run to the back of the right rear side gets rusty and start to leak anti-freeze. There is a black cover under and above the RR tire that has to be removed so u can see.

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SOURCE: i want to put a new radiator in my 2000 mazda mpv minivan

Radiator Removal Step1Open the radiator drain plug, located somewhere near the lowest pointof the radiator, and let the coolant flow into a catch basin to drainit. Loosen the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant if yourradiator does not have a drain plug. Step2Detach the hoses from the radiator. Loosen the nose clamps and pull thehoses off of their attachment necks. Remove the auxiliary belts bysliding them off of their pulleys to gain more work room. Step3 Remove the enginecooling fan and the radiator shroud. This step is vehicle-specific, andno single process will cover all types of engines. In most cases, youhave to use a wide box wrench to release the mounting bolt that holdsthe fan to the engine. Set your cooling fan down upright to protect itsclutch. Loosen the mounting hardware that holds the shroud. You mighthave to pull the fan and the shroud out together if clearance does notpermit you to pull them out separately. Step4Remove any mounting screws, bolts, clips or other remaining attachmentpoints. Put these pieces of hardware into a container so that you donot lose them. Step5Lift the radiator clear of the engine. This can result in a mess ofcoolant as the radiator shifts around, so have newspaper and a catchbasin underneath the radiator. Radiator Replacement Step1Slide the replacement radiator into place. Handle it gently so you donot damage the delicate cooling fins or hose necks. Step2 Replace the mounting hardware. Torque them so you do not break the new radiator. Step3 Reinstall the cooling fan and the shroud by simply reversing the fan and shroud removal process. Step4Reattach the cooling hoses to their mounting necks. Snug the hoseclamps down, being careful not to over tighten. Consider replacing yourcooling hoses at this time, as they become brittle and prone to failurewith age. Replace them all if you replace one. Step5Install and tension the auxiliary belts if you removed them to get moreroom to work. Slide them back over their pulleys and adjust tension byturning the tension adjustment nuts and bolts. Cooling Addition Step1 Mix the replacement coolant and distilled water in the right proportions for your vehicle and your climate. Step2Pour the coolant into the proper fill area. Depending on your vehicle,you may pour the coolant directly into your replacement radiator, intoyour overflow reservoir or somewhere else. Step3 Run the engine to allow the coolant to circulate and add more as necessary. Step4Bleed the air from the system. There will be a bleed valve somewhere inthe system, although its location will vary from vehicle to vehicle.Open the valve with a wrench and watch for bubbles. You know yourradiator replacement is done when no more air bubbles bleed from thesystem and your coolant is fully up to temperature.

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SOURCE: how do I replace alternator in mazda mpv 2000?

Typically an alternator is an easy fix. It requires removal of the belt from the engine running it, and a few bolts that attach it to the engine.

Because of the engineering with the 2000 mpv, it is a very difficult fix, and one that requires removal of the transaxle and exhaust manifold, as well as removal of the lower engine mounts. It will take a qualified Mazda mechanic 3.5 hours to do the fix - you can (at least) triple that amount of time as a DIY project (assuming you have the right tools).

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SOURCE: My 2000 Mazda MPV heater fan works for 4 not for 1

You need to replace the blower motor resistor,it's in the heater box.Number 4 bypasses the resistor and all the other speeds go through it so it's the most likely problem.

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